Cape Cod in January
By Innkeepers, Marco & Angelo

By Innkeepers, Marco & Angelo

We own the Candleberry Inn, a boutique bed and breakfast in central Cape Cod. We're glad to share our recommendations on all the great things to explore throughout Cape Cod.

Everything You Need to Know About Cape Cod in January

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    As fall comes to a close, Cape Cod becomes a winter wonderland. With gorgeous snowfalls and ice-covered trees, the entire area sparkles. If you are looking to avoid crowds, Cape Cod in January will be perfect for you! Indulge in a romantic stay at Candleberry Inn with your sweetheart or take a much-needed girls getaway with friends. Our Brewster bed and breakfast is the perfect place to cozy up in during winter months!

    If you’re planning a trip to Cape Cod in January, take advantage of our complimentary Vacation Guide. Planning a vacation can be challenging, so we’ve chosen our favorite things to do in the area to save you from hours of research! Skip the tedious part of preparation and use our free guide to find:

    • The best restaurants in the area
    • Outdoor activities for all skill levels
    • Cultural events, museums, and entertainment
    • Festivals and attractions you won’t want to miss

    3 of the Best Things to Do in Cape Cod in January

    1. Visit a Museum

    When you visit Cape Cod in January, you’ll find that many attractions are closed for the season due to low tourist volume. However, many museums stay open with special winter hours! One of our favorite museums that is open in the winter is the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Just 15 minutes away from Candleberry Inn, you’ll find gorgeous works created by New England artists. They are open Thursdays and Sundays during the winter with free admission Thursday nights! If you are planning to visit a museum, make sure to check their specific winter hours as some even close a month or two out of the year.

    2. Bundle Up and Walk the Beach

    There’s something about the ocean in the winter that will warm your spirits. Bundle up in a scarf and jacket, then walk along the waves at the Cape Cod National Seashore. With 40 miles of coastline to stroll, it is the perfect place to get refreshed by crisp ocean air. See seagulls roaming among the dunes as you walk through the sand. It may be chilly in January, but it is a gorgeous sight!

    3. Indulge at a Restaurant

    One of the best parts about visiting Cape Cod in January is that the crowds have died down. When you come to the Cape in the summer, you may run into long waits at restaurants, especially if you don’t have reservations. When you visit in the winter, you’ll find little to no wait times at all! Some restaurants are open year-round, others have special winter hours, and some close for the season. Just make sure to check before you go! Your innkeepers at Candleberry Inn are also very knowledgeable about the area and can give you suggestions on the best restaurants that are open.

    We Know the Best Place to Stay in Cape Cod in January

    Seacroft Suite living are viewIf you’re coming to Cape Cod in January, stay with us at Candleberry Inn! Our Brewster bed and breakfast is exactly the escape you need during the winter. Choose from cozy rooms, many of which have working fireplaces. Our Seacroft Suite is a winter favorite; warm yourself by the gas fireplace right next to the romantic King sized bed. Plus, you are invited to join us for a delicious homemade breakfast each morning to start your day off right! Book your winter wonderland getaway today.




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